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July 17, 2014 at 2:05 PM

Woman drops pants, attacks employees at Dick’s Drive-In

Who doesn’t like Dick’s Drive-in?

Well …

According to police, one woman isn’t exactly a fan of the burger joint — and employees have some unpleasant mental images to prove it.

Employees at the Dick’s on Broadway and East Denny Way called police at about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday after the woman began harassing customers and refused to leave the property.

Instead, the woman grabbed a condiment holder and a charity donation box off the front counter and hurled them at employees, causing about $75 in damage. The woman scratched the arm of one employee, police said.

Then it got worse.

Employees told police the woman pulled down her pants and performed what officers described as “a very lewd act” in front of Dick’s. We can only imagine.

Officers arrived and arrested the woman, who was booked into the King County Jail for investigation of assault and harassment.

 

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